On January 1, 2021, California's new law, AB 1950, will reduce the length of probation for most criminal charges. Now, many people convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor will receive a shorter probation sentence.
When you are facing criminal or drunk driving charges in Fresno, find out why you need a lawyer and what to look for when hiring legal counsel. Here are 17 tips that can help you find the best lawyer for you and your criminal case.
Possession Charges? You may be surprised to learn that drug charges may be on your record after completing a drug treatment program under Prop. 36. Find out how to make those charges go any like they never happened.
Plea bargaining is commonly used in the Fresno criminal courts by district attorneys and lawyers, but how do you know if it is right for you? If you have ever wondered why plea bargaining is used, do not miss out on this post.
The government is required to prosecute you within a reasonable period of time, and when there is a violation of a speedy trial right, it is serious. See if your case should be dismissed when the district attorney violates the law.
Should officers be able to search your phone in Fresno? What rights do you have when it comes to your phone? Find out if your phone is subject to being searched by law enforcement and what can you do to protect your privacy.
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